Nice fix! Turned out great and looks strong.
The frame on this seat was much worse than yours. I'm surprised any of these frames remain, as the spring steel wire support didn't work that well. It easily fatigued with use and broke or bent, if the rider was too heavy. This frame was bent, badly rusted and the top rails were broke on both sides. I straightened them out and cut a couple 2 inch sections of steel automotive brake line and slipped them over the broken sections. I did this a while ago .
I think I applied some J. B. Weld inside the brake line before I slipped them on the broken frame wires.[ No CABER can live without that stuff] I've ridden this bike plenty since then and it's held up nice. Look closely on the second photo and you can see the slightly thicker section on the top wire. It starts at the seat clamp bolt and ends where a chip of the black paint is missing, just above where the lucky seven curves. Your saddle will look nice. Welcome to the hobby.
My wife painted the seat-frame . Here's a picture of her, in her riding clothes.
if you are looking for parts for this saddle, try @patmcclerren2 he has a stash of long spring parts and may have what you need.Do u have replacements ? How much if u do?
Not worth $95.I dont know wat you mean i guess i need to know if this thing is worth the 95 bucks with all the problems im facing making it useable